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Typesetting Industry Crowns

We are pleased to offer both crowns and veneers using the Emax ® system. An Emax ® crown is a type of ceramic crown with an attractive translucent color combined with additional strength and durability. This type of crown is made of the highest grade materials incorporating toughness, durability and aesthetic qualities. In dental crown technology, it is considered the best all round system.

For natural looking teeth, E.max ® crowns are considered to make the best match.

  • The translucent colour and life-like shape combine seemlessly with your own natural teeth
  • These crowns use no metal alloy base, which means no unsightly grey line around the gum line.
  • Compared to many other types of crowns, they are strong and durable

Crowns Results before and after

Conventional crowns

Before: Porcelain fused-to-metal crowns

Emax® crowns

After: Ceramic crowns surrounding healthy teeth

Over the past 18 months I have had two root canal and crown and I have just completed cosmetic work to whiten and fix my broken teeth. I am so happy with my smile, all of the work has been great and the staffs are very friendly. I constantly recommend this dentist to my friends!
M. Rose

Contact the practice to book an appointment : 020 8980 6398.

Emax® – Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Emax® system?

The Emax® system consists of metal-free materials that closely resemble the appearance of natural teeth. Because Emax® all-ceramic crowns and veneers are created from a single piece of a material called lithium disilicate, your dentist is able to match your original tooth’s colour more consistently.

What is the difference between a veneer and a crown?

Veneers are very thin layers of ceramic that are added to the surface of a person’s front teeth. A crown covers the entire visible surface of the tooth and adds strength and stability. A crown can be used to repair a tooth that has been worn. Teeth grinding, an improper bite, age, fillings and tooth decay are a few common reasons for tooth wear.

What is the procedure like?

Your dentist will evaluate your individual needs to determine the best course of treatment. The procedure to improve your smile will vary based on your situation so it is best to discuss this with your doctor.

How much do these procedures typically cost?

The cost of the procedure will vary based on your dentist’s diagnosis. The cost will also depend on factors such as whether you have cavities or teeth that are in need of specific treatment. It is best to have this conversation during your initial consultation with your dentist to be able to gain a clear understanding of how much your procedure(s) will cost.

Can I go whiter than my actual teeth?

In many cases, your Emax® smile can be whiter than your actual teeth. Often, the treatment will also require some whitening of your un-restored teeth to make sure that your smile has a consistent beautiful appearance.

How long will my Emax® smile last?

Emax® lithium disilicate is an extremely durable material and has been clinically proven for more than 10 years in the dental industry. With proper care and regular dental visits, Emax® restorations can serve you well for years to come.
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